Sun.Sep 12, 2021

Using Pop Culture to Teach Writing Skills

The CoolCatTeacher

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. Nancy Barile has an incredible story of how she uses the show The Walking Dead to engage learners in writing skills and more.

Four Practical Ways to Blend

A Principal's Reflections

When it comes to blended learning, it is essential first to have an underlying understanding as to why this pedagogical strategy is valuable in the classroom. Let’s take a step back before diving into the nuts and bolts.


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Instructional Coaching Data Dashboards: 3 Simple Steps To Get Your Coaches Organized using Google Applications!


This post was originally created and posted on the website TeacherCast Educational Network. The only place to read this as the original content is [link]. Have you ever wanted to show off and showcase your data in a way that is easy for others to interpret and understand?

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Free – Randomize Google Slides Add-on

Teacher Tech

Randomize Google Slides sponsored by Schoolytics allows you to easily shuffle the slide order in any Google Slides. The post Free – Randomize Google Slides Add-on appeared first on Teacher Tech. Ad-Ons Google Slides Add-on google Google Slides

Good STEM Teachers Never Stop Learning


In the 1970s Anne Jolly took a break from science research to spend a year teaching middle school. How hard could it be? A lifetime later, she shares her story of continuous professional growth as she learned to engage her "mysterious, amazing" students in true STEM learning.


10 tips for making sure data meetings are actually useful

The Cornerstone for Teachers

This article is written by Truth for Teachers writer Melissa Forbes. I recently asked several colleagues what they think of data meetings. Their responses did not surprise me. Here are a few, which probably won’t surprise you, either: “I love the idea of data meetings.

Blueprints for Learning: Lessons from Fred Rogers

Blog post by Michele Israel based on this edWebinar. At the start of the school year, as teachers map out a year of rigorous student-centered teaching and learning, whom can they turn to for guidance? Why, Fred Rogers, of course.